Things I always don’t like.

1. Revlon fingernail polish.

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This stuff is the worst on the market, I’m convinced. I’d rather use Wet n’ Wild or NYC brand nail polish (the cheapies) than ever picking up a bottle of Revlon. Which really… is very disappointing. Revlon is a great brand otherwise- why can’t they get their stuff together and make a good bottle of nail polish? Have you tried it? Here’s my conclusion- and yes, I’ve regretfully bought more than one bottle– it’s lumpy, forms air bubbles easily, needs about 465,464,564 coats. And because it needs so many coats, it takes the whole weekend for it to dry, causing there to be gouges in it- because lets face it, I can’t wait a whole weekend before doing something with my hands. Ugh, just terrible stuff, don’t buy it!

2. Elevators.

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I used to be deathly afraid of elevators… like wouldn’t enter them at all. I can recall traveling with my parents and throwing such a big fit to get into an elevator that we would have to move on to the next hotel room that had a ground floor room- or one that was stair do-able. (i.e. 2nd or 3rd floor).

Even now, elevators kind of freak me out. I can go in them- but never alone. I can’t even tell you what about them freaks me out. It’s not the limited space, I think it’s the fear of getting stuck in one. Ugh- gives me the heebie jeebies just thinking about it!

3. Egg-Salad Sandwiches.

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This one amazes people, my own family even forgets at times that I don’t like this. Which is funny, because I never have. But people always find this fact unfathomable and say things like, “What!… no, no no no!  How could you possibly not like egg-salad sandwiches?! What is wrong with you?!”

They’re gross. That’s just my opinion.

4. Buying gasoline in Oregon.

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I hate that you can’t pump your own gas! This is ridiculous and needs to be abolished immediately- do you hear me Oregon??? I’ve probably wasted two weeks of my life waiting in line at a gas station in Oregon because they only have two gas attendants working a 14 pump station. Come on… seriously… we don’t live in the 1950s anymore. I am perfectly capable of pumping my own gas- and being out of there in less than the 10 minutes it will take you to pump it for me.

5. When people working in shops are snotty.

You know who I’m talking about, just enter any American Apparel or small boutique. They stand folding clothes, won’t even glance your way. They act like you have no right to be in their store. Like if you don’t enter with your credit card taped to your forehead you’re worthless. What’s ridiculous is that THEY are the ones working in a store. I’m not saying that’s a bad job to have… but come on… aren’t you trying to make a sale?? Be nice!

Okay, that’s enough negativity for now. 🙂

But what I want to know is what really frosts your cookies? What gets on your nerves? Tell me all about it!

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16 thoughts on “Things I always don’t like.

  1. debbie says:

    i LOVE egg salad, but it’s ok if you don’t. i hate snotty shop people also. i hate, i mean really hate late people. they make an appointment and then are always late by 10 to 15 minutes, what is up with that? one told me her phone rang and she is trying to run a business ya know. to which i replied… so are we. i also hate the girls at the cvoach store in down town seattle. lizzy, hannah and i went in there and they actually told us we could be there becasue me and lizzy had coach hand bags!!!!!

    • Kimberly says:

      UGH! late people frost my cookies too! so annoying! i feel like no matter what, you have to plan to be 10 minutes late to be on time with anyone around here. So frustrating!

  2. Mademoiselle Hautemess says:

    I agree with everything on your list except maybe elevators- don’t bother me, I guess. But OREGON! Oh Oregon! My only gas station experience was on a road trip I tried to pump my own gas, was accosted by a 17 year old who yelled at me in a disappointed tone, “What are you doing? THIS is Oregon!”

    • Kimberly says:

      LOL! it is always a 17 year old!! And I love how they phrased it “this is Oregon!” like everyone is supposed to know that in Oregon you can’t pump your gas. I’m pretty sure if I was from the east coast… or more than two states away I wouldn’t know that fact. 🙂

  3. holly says:

    I am a nail polish snob. OPI is the only way to go.

    You also cannot pump gas in New Jersey, apparently. I was road-tripping up there with one of my friends once and we nearly had our arm chopped off by the attendant when we went to pump our gas. Loony.

  4. Ryan says:

    Heh, I forgot that you couldn’t pump your own gas in Oregon. When I was still living in Minnesota (pre-July 1998), you could actually pump gas first, then pay. You only had to pay first when it was after 10 pm.

  5. emilie18 says:

    I am so with you on egg salad–nastiest concoction ever invented.

    When I was little I used to be morbidly afraid of elevators as well–I thought that the way they worked was by sucking people up through the ceiling.

    Now I’m fine with them. Usually.
    Sometime this year half of the light bulbs went out in one of the elevators in my residence hall, and I didn’t know this before I got into it. Scariest minute of my life.

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  7. anna says:

    1. I agree, Revlon sucks. the best drugstore brand I have found is Sally Hard as Nails Xtreme wear. and the colors are super fun.
    2. I don’t mind elevators, I am terrified of escalators. (my mam-maw fell down one at the mall, I am traumatized).
    3. blech egg sald. did you see the new episode of kate plus 8? they have egg dinner. i think i threw up in my mouth a little.
    4. what?? I love service stations where they pump my gas but they are few & far between here in ohio.

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